Artist Spencer Tunick Is Looking for an Army of Nude Models in New York City to Help Him Fight Facebook Censorship

The artist is taking aim at the “community guidelines” of social media platforms, which he says stifle his creativity and censor his art.

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Art Industry News: As Edgy Artists Enter the Notre Dame Spire Competition, Conservatives Get Nervous + Other Stories

Plus, Mary Boone’s goodbye press tour continues and Phillips looks to break Mark Bradford’s auction record again.

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In the Trial of Alleged Art-World Scammer Anna Delvey, a Former Vanity Fair Editor Recounts Being Conned in the Luxury Trip From Hell

A lavish trip to Morocco ended in disaster for Rachel Williams who was left with $60,000 in debt

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Meet the Art Collectors Behind Galerie Magazine Who Just Bought the National Enquirer for $100 Million

James and Lisa Cohen own work by Jennifer Bartlett, Roy Liechtenstein, Keith Haring, Sam Francis, Jean Dubuffet, and others.

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These 13,000-Pound Concrete Blocks Can Be Moved With One Hand—and They Provide Vital Clues About How Stonehenge Was Made

The project may reveal how the mysterious ancient site was assembled—and provide insight into the future of architecture.

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At Dia:Beacon, Home to Some of the Most Luminous Art in the World, Swiss Beauty Company La Prairie Pays Tribute to Light

The Swiss beauty brand celebrated two radiant products that promise to boost skin’s luminosity.

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Art Industry News: France Launches a Contest to Design a Cutting-Edge New Spire for Notre Dame + Other Stories

Plus, a work at the Whitney Biennial revisits the Central Park Five and Phillips sells a sculpture designed by AI.

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‘You Don’t Have to Be Rich’: How One Young German Entrepreneur Is Busting the Myth of the ‘Typical’ Art Collector

Christian Kaspar Schwarm wants to create a new paradigm for art collectors.

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Beyonce Has Been Masterfully Remixing Art History for Years. Here Are Some of Her Greatest References, Decoded

From the Italian Renaissance to Afro-Futurism, Beyonce has taken elements from it all to create her own visual language.

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